Subject: Clean Capital Newsletter: Climate Change | EVs & Fuel Cells | Green Buildings

Climate Change | EVs & Fuel Cells | Green Buildings
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UBC A Place of Mind
Clean Capital Newsletter
Managing Editor: Dr. James Tansey
Clean Capital Newsletter
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The cost of a warming climate
By Maura, 23 March 2017

Vancouver endured its longest cold snap in more than 30 years this winter, with heavy snowfall and temperatures that stayed below 5 C for weeks... But the episode raises important questions about the cost of climate change, and of extreme weather in particular.
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EVs vs. fuel cells: Does one technology have an edge in the race to transform the auto industry?
By Jonny Wakefield, 23 March 2017

EVs or fuel cells? Both technologies have grown by leaps and bounds in recent years, but it remains to be seen whether one has the long-term edge over the other. 
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Green buildings key to reducing carbon emissions
By Jenny Tan, 23 March 2017

Organizations such as the Canadian Energy Efficiency Alliance (CEEA) state that retrofitting old buildings and constructing green buildings are “low-hanging fruit” when it comes to cutting carbon output and creating financial savings.

Other news & events
  • Organic is only one ingredient in recipe for sustainable food future.
  • Vancouver gas-vehicle parking ban needed to achieve climate target.
  • It is BC's largest solar project, Canada's largest solar tracking facility, and the first solar project in B.C. to sell power to the BC Hydro grid.
  • India Could Get Rid of Coal Entirely by 2050.
  • Geothermal? Sinopec to harvest more heat from earth.
  • Opinion: The tipping point for renewable energy is nearly here.
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